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Monday, November 24, 2014 at 10:27 am

Sponsored post: LeRoy Winterfest is December 6th from 10am- 6pm!

 
Community Christmas Tree Lighting & Caroling 6pm. Hot Chocolate  will be supplied by Spirits. Church Choirs & the Boy Scout Troop # will be there to lead in caroling. All are invited to carol at the lighting and then go back to the First Presbyterian Church (across the street) for cookies and more hot chocolate to warm up.
 
Let us come together as a community this holiday season.  Save Time. Save Gas. Catch up with friends. Wrap up the savings while shopping and supporting local. All participating businesses are offering in-store specials and gift certificates. 
 
Stroll through the Village Full Card Business Bingo 10am-2pm. Village ALL participating businesses for FULL card business bingo. All FULL sheets must be turned into the Community Holiday Bazaar by 3pm on Dec. 6th.to be entered to win.  
 
Main St., Mill St., and Bank St. businesses are offering open houses and in-store specials. Photo booth @58 on Main all day.
 
Community Holiday Bazaar , LeRoy Moose Family Center, 21 Bank St,  10am-4pm. Over 18 home crafters and home businesses , LCCP Bake Sale, Santa arrives at 1pm, FREE CHILD ID'S, chinese raffle, door prizes, and lunch available.   One raffle ticket for each non-perishable or canned good collected or tickets are available for purchase.  
 
KID ZONE ACTIVITIES - LeRoy Moose Family Center -SANTA arrives via fire truck at 1pm. Caricatures on Satna's lap for $3 and FREE CHILD ID'S all day. Town of LeRoy Building 10am-2pm - Coloring contest, face painting & story of the candy cane, caricatures from 11:30-12:30 for $3 and more. Fire Hall - Inflatable Playground 11am-1pm. Santa's Cutest Elf Contest - age groups 0-2, 3-5 yrs, and 6-10 @ 3pm First Presbyterian Church.
 
Woodward Memorial Library 10am-4pm  Join us for a "Frozen" themed Winter Wonderland that includes crafts, make "Olaf", play doh , and stop in to watch "Frozen".  We will be showing it all day.  Stop in or stay all day.  
 
Lunch & Dinner Specials - LB Grand, Smokin' Eagle BBQ & Brew, Barrista's @ 58 on Main, Le Roy Country Club, Spirits, Mooney's, Scooter's/Gigi's, Moose Family Center (lunch), Masonic Community Center ( breakfast), and McDonald's.
 
Jingle All The Way 5K/10K starts at 3pm - Bank St. & Lower Myrtle St. will be closed due to race at 2pm.  Parking is available in Municipal lots on Bank St. (enter/exit at McDonald's), Mill St., and Bacon St.. 
 
Reminder... Bring all receipts for Shop, Dine, and Win in LeRoy saved from Nov. 6th to Dec. 6th to the Community Holiday Bazaar from 10am -3pm on Saturday Dec. 6th to receive entries into the drawings.  Purchases from Saturday Dec 6th count.  
 
Saturday, January 25, 2014 at 8:28 pm

Photos: Corfu's 2014 Winterfest

post by Howard B. Owens in corfu, winterfest

In Corfu today, the big event was the annual Winterfest, which includes vendors selling and demonstrating various wares, live music, outdoor hockey and snow play, and a K-9 demonstration featuring Deputy Chris Erion and his dog "Destro."

Above, Krystal Chavez and her 6-year-old son Kristian check out items created by members of the Pembroke Woodturners Guild while Mark Williams watches.

Players had to keep clearing snow away from the ice hockey rink in order to keep playing.

Deputy Chris Erion and Destro during a demonstration of what Destro is able to do.

Destro alerts on a "bad guy." If Erion gives the command, Destro will let a person know he better watch it. The "bad guy" was played by a Corfu police officer.

Peter Lotz with Venus, a goshawk. Venus and the other birds below were brought to Winterfest by Kkyhunter Birds of Prey, a company that provides wildlife educational programs and displays throughout Western New York.

 

Sunday, January 27, 2013 at 1:39 am

Photos: Winterfest 2013 in Corfu

post by Howard B. Owens in corfu, festivals, winterfest

Saturday, the Village of Corfu celebrated its annual Winterfest with music, hockey, magic, clowns and food.

Above, Paul "Sebar" Schuler fashions a balloon butterfly for 3-year-old Sydney, with her mother, Laura Corbitt, of Corfu.

Deputy Brian Thompson provided demonstrations of his K-9 work with "Pharaoh."

Aaron Wilkins, of Corfu, brought several of his snakes for visitors to see.

Joanne Furer and Ben, 10, of Pittsford, make a "bobble head" video.

To purchase prints: These photos along with some others from Corfu today (along with other Saturday photos) are in this gallery (click here).

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